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[V Report] Twice’s Nayeon happy despite cold

  • Published : Aug 28, 2019 - 12:37
  • Updated : Aug 28, 2019 - 13:18

Broadcast date: Aug. 27-28
Starring: Twice, X1, BTOB, Kim Jaehwan

Nayeon of Twice took to V Live to apologize for being ill.

(Naver's V Live)

“I am having honey water,” she said, sipping with a teaspoon.

“It is difficult to sing … just so you know, I cracked several times (while singing) when we recorded yesterday,” said the singer, who sounded stuffy.

She was not in the best of health and apologized for having to cover her mouth while greeting fans as she kept coughing.

She then began to go through one of her bags. “I always carry two bags,” she said, pulling out a pen. “So that I can give an autograph whenever.”

The bag also contained a wallet with money, the key to her house and a pink, fluffy case that served as a pouch for her AirPods.

“I stole this when we had a meeting with people from Kakao,” she confessed.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/146674.

X1 excited over debut

All 11 bandmates of X1 took to V Live on the day of their debut to share their excitement and joy.

(Naver's V Live)

“This actually is embedded with state-of-art technology,” they said, showing off X-shaped light sticks.

“When you come to our showcase, it will light up automatically,” said the bandmates, looking at the sticks -- in green, yellow, blue and orange -- in their hands.

“At the rehearsal, I was amazed. It was the biggest stage I have ever been on,” said Wooseok, wondering what it would be like to see the venue filled with fans.

The bandmates went on to talk about teaser clips.

“It is a pair choreography of Eunsang and me,” said Yohan smiling at a comment that said they seemed to be almost kissing in the trailer.

After slight hesitation, Seungwoo replayed his part, in which he said “One It is the prettiest when you smile,” referring to the band’s official fandom.

The leader dropped his head in embarrassment while the rest of the band screeched.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/146664.

BTOB’s Peniel discusses new solo single

Peniel of BTOB announced on V Live the release of the digital single “Flip” featuring Beenzino.

(Naver's V Live)

“I met Beenzino through Amber and I didn’t realize that it was him. I even told him that he looked like Beenzino and apologized later for not recognizing him,” he said with a chuckle, recalling the first time he met the rapper with whom he collaborated for the solo single.

“It is about getting on with your life with confidence no matter what people say,” said the performer, adding that it is his favorite solo track so far because “it is the closest to the type of music I listen to on daily basis.”

As for BTOB’s recent performance at the 2019 K-Asian Festival, the singer confessed he was nervous. With three members serving their military duties, there were only four of them onstage.

“It has been almost six months since we did our last performance and I was excited to be back onstage … but when I put on the in-ear, I was like, give me minute. Do I even remember all the lyrics?” said Peniel.

Watch the full video at https://www.vlive.tv/video/146665.

Kim Jaehwan celebrates 100 days since solo debut

Kim Jaehwan livestreamed himself making rice cakes to mark the 100th day of his solo career.

(Naver's V Live)

“Thank you so much for sending me messages written with such care and love,” he said.

He read some of them aloud and vowed to be a good singer to repay fans.

The former Wanna One member then began making rice cakes carefully, following the instructions.

Mixing the ingredients and adding water, he gained confidence and said, “This is easy! You can do this at home, too. It’s all about how strong you are willing to do it.”

He asked fans to suggest ideas on which shapes he should make the rice cakes and was surprised at how good the dough smelled. Inspired by his official fandom community Wind, the singer agreed to make one of a pinwheel.

Watch the full clip at https://www.vlive.tv/video/146529.

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By The Korea Herald (khnews@heraldcorp.com)

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